InfoCision Four-Part Series on Fundraising
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
InfoCision Shares Best Practices on Telephone Fundraising
Working with professional fundraisers is critical for many nonprofit organizations’ success in raising the funds needed to meet their mission and goals. For 30 years, InfoCision has been partnering with the who’s who of national nonprofit organizations. Many of our clients have been with us for 20+ years demonstrating we are providing value and integrity on a daily basis.
Where can a donor go for accurate information on an organization’s fundraising spending?
Each client and each fundraising campaign has different goals, and the associated costs vary depending on the type of campaign. Anyone who is looking to determine the overall allocation of resources which a nonprofit organization commits to its core mission, can simply take a look at the nonprofit’s Form 990 filed each year with the IRS, which provides a much better view of an organization’s good stewardship of the funds entrusted to them.
Fundraising is multifaceted and to provide clarity, we recently completed a four-part series on telephone fundraising best practices. We hope this series provides answers to some common questions and much needed information on how fundraising works.
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